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Mother, May I?

Mother, May I?

Directed by Laurence Vannicelli

Emmett is forced into a nightmarish game of therapy when his fiancé starts behaving like his recently deceased mother. Is it a possession or a twisted battle of wills?

Emmett's fiancé starts behaving like his dead mother.

Cast: Holland Roden, Kyle Gallner, Chris Mulkey

Member Reviews

So boring i only made it about half way and i couldn't stand it anymore.

RavenDeVane
6 days ago

Decent film, a little to slow paced for me. No scares at all which was disappointing, found myself wanting to fast forward alot. Wouldn't watch it again, but it's worth a try.

NECROMONGER
6 days ago

it was ok. I mean, I liked the start, the middle, but then toward the end, like right after she goes into the basement and is reading the court papers, good. Feelings of dread and something is going to pop out of the shadows, that's a good feeling. Whatever happened after that....too slow. Made it to the end, but found myself fast forwarding a lot the last 15 minutes. It could have been a lot more, I think anyway. The violin music was good at times as well. That creepy kind of high pitched violin. Think Insidious. But, not strong enough to make a lasting affect on me. Still good though. 3.5 folks.

AlbertWesker
1 week ago

Boring and hard not to think of incest(a bit grossed out).

whittyb
1 week ago

mother may i is a game from the 80s where u dont know who she is

kittiescute01
1 week ago